According to analysts, the first real full-screen iPhone may arrive in 2024, with an under-display Face ID and a front-facing camera. This year''s iPhone 14 series smartphones'' screen sizes have been leaked by a tipster. Previous reports have indicated that the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max could feature bigger screens this year, presumably due to a fresh pill-shaped hole punch cutout.
According to TF International Securities veteran analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the real full-screen iPhone will hit the market in 2024. He said, I believe the real full-screen iPhone will be available alongside the under-display Face ID in 2024. A low-light condition is detrimental to front camera quality, and ISP and algorithm are critical for quality improvement.
Kuo claimed in an earlier tweet that Apple''s under-display Face ID would be available for the first time in 2024. He also pointed out that Apple''s decision to include this feature by 2024 is more for a marketing purpose than a technical issue, but now the latest tweet suggests that there were, certainly, some technical obstacles to overcome.
A tipster revealed the iPhone 14''s screen sizes last month. The iPhone 14 will feature a 6.06-inch flexible OLED screen, while the iPhone 14 Pro will feature a 6.68-inch flexible OLED LTPO screen.
A previous disclosure stated that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max might have even greater screens this year, implying that a new pill-shaped hole punch cutout would be used to replace the display quality used by previous iPhone versions.